Low Girl – So Cool

Hemel-Hempstead based newcomer Low Girl return with another irresistible piece of alt-pop, in the form of new single ‘So Cool’.

Taken from the upcoming second EP (set for release on 4th March), the lyrics of the single focus on the experience of wanting someone seemingly unattainable, as Low Girl explains:

“There was a girl I liked who really knew how to switch it on and off, flirting and then recoiling. I’d end up feeling pretty disorientated, trying to maintain some sense of composure and resolve but failing miserably. I knew none of it was good for me, but my tendency to be self-destructive made it inevitable.”

With a slot confirmed at SXSW, plus a support tour with Pom Poko and a run of headline dates in February and March, 2022 is firmly shaping up to be Low Girl’s year!

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New Music: Low Girl

British alt-pop newcomer Low Girl has come up with one of my favourite releases this week. She’s already caused quite the stir with previous single ‘ICU‘, which garnered attention from the likes of BBC Introducing, BBC 6Music and Radio X.

Big Now‘ was born out of a frustration over climate change that had been building for years, and was finally sparked by the ‘every man for himself’ attitude Low Girl saw all around her at the start of the pandemic last year.

“Above all, this song is a plea to be heard and understood. It’s about destroying the planet for wealth that you don’t take to your grave. And it’s to remind myself to fight apathy whenever I feel it stirring inside me.”

Taken from the debut EP ‘Big Now’ which is set for release on 30th April 2021.

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